You need a PO Box

Categories: News

Because bacon takes forever to cook I’m writing this entire thing from the kitchen. Make your jokes accordingly. The number one suggestion I see for people trying to get a following for their newly written book, program, etc is to start a newsletter. Here in the US at least that has some rules that go […]

Going back to blogging

Categories: Misprints News, News

It’s just time to do it. I don’t have the hours or energy to keep up with 47 micro projects chosen at random after I’m done with my day job work. The newsletter was fun but on a separate platform that I don’t really control. (And these days controlling your own platform is a must.) […]

Goodbye Twitter

Categories: News

I don’t keep a twitter account for more than a year or so before deleting it and starting over. It’s been that way since 2009, luckily I manage to snag the username each time I do it. The reason for that is I don’t want a decade of old junk tweets swimming around in the […]

I Found a Better RSS Reader

Categories: News, Software

A few several months ago I made a post about how much I preferred RSS to email and news sites for various reasons. Well, at some point the in-browser option I was using started to lag out and stop working. The new one I found is built within it’s own browser so I don’t need […]

Design by Committee can be bad, but so is the reverse.

Categories: Art, News

So we’ve all been there, you’re making something for a client and you’re in the final stages of working out exactly what the end product will look like when someone managing it starts with: “Hey, I showed this to my ________ and they said it should have ________.” Suddenly everyone in the room chimes in […]

Work Work, Zug Zug

Categories: News

For the last few months, I’ve been actively looking for work. Not just the odd logo design or Facebook banner as I’ve been doing for so long but full-time employment. It’s time for Lizard to start going to daycare/preschool and make some friends, and the boys can handle after school programs. There are a handful […]